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Re: Dishwasher Error code/
F5 according to the manual suggests you have an 'increase in temperature when element should be off" The possible cause : Faulty element, Faulty elecronics controller or faulty temp sensor.. In all cases they suggset you have your service reapir person resolve...
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Fault Code F5 or Five Flashes Cause: Spray arms are blocked/clogged or otherwise malfunctioning. Action: Spray arms are easily removed so take them out of the dishwasher and wash in the sink to clear out any gunk (using descaler should help shift any stubborn debris). Whilst doing this run the dishwasher on a short program without the spray arms to clear any further blockages.
I understand that you are receiving an error code 1 on your Electrolux dishwasher, model# EWDW6505GS. Error 1 is stating that water has been detected underneath the tub. Check underneath your dishwasher by taking off the kick plate below the door. If you do not notice any water underneath the tub or any types of leaking, I suggest resetting your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker for 20-30 minutes. When the time has passed, restore power, and run any cycle. If you are still receiving error code 1, I suggest you contact your local authorized technician for further assistance. Hope this is helpful.
3E error in Samsung dishwashers normally relates to high temperature error. This means the dishwasher is detecting over 80deg C water temperature. However if it is 5E that means drain error. If your dishwasher is draining correctly then please check the error again.
At the end of the rails which the drawers slide in and out on should have some sort of pin that can be removed which would allow the drawers to slide all of the way out. Just be sure not to damage the pins/clips when removing so that they can be used again when putting the drawers back in.
This means that the Dishwashers has detected a condition it needs to check.
Press "Cancel" to clear the display and to stop the beeping sound, then
try turning the Dishwashers off and on again.
If you still see the "SE error code," turn off the power to your Dishwashers and wait five
minutes before turning it on again. If you hear the beep or see the "SE error code"
when you try to washing again, please call your authorized
provider for service.